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A woman is swept up in a conspiracy after her grandfather's death triggers a bizarre series of events.
Pitched as a crypto-scientific yet sentimental satire about perception and reality, it's really just an unfunny, jumbled Charlie Kaufman-esque rip-off.
Ultimately, Mattie Fresno and the Holoflux Universe is a movie about big ideas that is simply too constrained by its theatrical staging necessitated by an apparently small budget.
Rarely has a film killed off its own best instincts with more vigor.
Mattie Fresno and the Holoflux Universe instantly recalls What the Bleep Do We Know? from 2004. But the mixture of jumbled narrative and metaphysical musings simply doesn't work.
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